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Tübingen neuroscientists investigate how actions that relate be-tween individuals are recognised and represented in the brain
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Tübingen researchers: A form of Vitamin B3 boosts energy in nerve cells and helps prevent them from dying off. This could lead to new treatments.
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Inflammatory reactions can change the brain’s immune cells in the long term – meaning that these cells have an ‘immunological memory’. This memory may...
Tübingen neuroscientists develop method to better understand transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)
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